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A Room of Her Own 



Bta.gecoa.ch. 1997 



Volume 99 

900 Hillsborough Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 

C9193828-2S21 



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Stagecoach 1 



We all have our own rooms, don't we? What is so special about "a room of her own?" 
Women have traveled a long, long way since the British author Virginia Woolfe compiled two papers which 
were read to scholars in 1928 into a long essay which questions why men have all the power while women 
just have children. "A Room of One's Own"is about creativity and writing, but it can also be interpreted to be about 
womens' experiences in general. 

We occupy many rooms as we expand our experiences and our knowledge. We are no longer relegated to the 
kitchen, unless by choice if we enjoy cooking. The rooms we move among don't have to be enclosed by walls. Any 
space we live in becomes "a room." Yes. there are dorm rooms, classrooms, dining rooms,, libraries and lounges. But 
there are also gymnasiums, soccer fields, tennis courts, swimming pools and all of the areas that exist off this campus. 
Orientation finds many of us literally moving into a new room. Others of us rearrange the one we already live in to 
prepare for the coming year. A corner is set up for studying. A place is found for the computer or word processor. Old 
books are moved to make way for the new ones. 
The year stretches before us like a long corridor lined with rooms just waiting to be discovered and explored. 



A Room of Her Own 







/VYarlie Jones uses those post-it notes to remind 
Time for a group project. 



2 Introduction 



Bailey Munford gets by with a little help 
from a friend. 



Cameron Glasgow is on her 
way to oodles of noodles. 



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Above: Yates is excited to have company! Below: Maya takes time out to talk on 
the telephone. 



Introduction 3 



Outrageous, Wil 

Here for I 



ho can we always count on to fill a room with smiles, laugh- 
\\f ter, advice, jokes, and stories about John 7 Who talks to us 

straight up about all the dangers lurking out there if we are 
not careful with our bodies and ourselves? Who is always ready to 
offer extra help, encouragement, and if necessary, a kleenex? Who 
seems to know about our problems sometimes even before we do? 
And who always has an answer, usually one based on a peck of com- 
mon sense? Who always stands up for the students, sometimes when 
it seems other adults have written us off? Whose gravelly voice can 
be heard echoing up and down the halls of Ragland, sometimes teas- 
ing Mr. McRae, always embarrassing Mr. Edwards? Who can be count- 
ed on to insinuate a bit of off color humor into the driest of occa 
sions? 

Did we mention John? Or George? Or the dogs? Or the cats? Or 
the horses? Glance over these two pages and see the vibrant, caring 
lady the 1997 Stagecoach is dedicated to with love. 




Katy and the long suffering George. 
We do know that he surely has never 
been bored. 




The date on the back of this picture 
states "November, 1983." We can only 
hope this is a Halloween pose. 



By March of 1953 "the look" 
already in place, the eyes alrea| 
hiding a mischievous twinkle. 



4 Dedication 



Wad ley, Always 
- Always! 

Katy Peacock, We love you! 




The Many Struts of a Peacock 



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Dedication 5 



Orientation was, as always, busy, tiring, and fun. We thought 
we would never learn all the information we were presented 
with. Even returning teachers needed some brushing up. Girls were 
scattered all over campus, headed for meals, placement tests, and 
numerous other meetings. We had parties to relieve stress, made new 
friends, and helped each other interpret schedules. 
Throughout orientation the "girls in the blue shirts" were there, ready 
to point us in the right direction. Although it was fun, after almost a 




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Room to Roam 




6 Orientation 



Tad Wyman, Special Events 
Coordinator Kathryn Yandell, 
Director of Development and Gail 
Perry, a consultant in the develop- 
ment office, take a break from staff 
duties to relax at the faculty/staff 
picnic. 




Coco Davis' friendly face is a welcome sight to return:| 
ly welcoming to new ones. 




With the scaffolding which provided 
support for those who scraped and 
painted the front of Smedes as a 
backdrop, the high school and col- 
lege SGA members await the arrival 
of the "new girls." 



New soccer coach and PE 
faculty member Jenny 
Altherr (second from the 
left) leads her aerobics class 
in a strenuous workout dur- 
ing the Labor Day Picnic 
which follows Orientation 
Week. 



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Room to Grow 







Overheard at 




Orientation 




"Informative" 


Faculty 

and staff 


"Intimidating" 


need ori- 




e n t i n g 


"Exciting" 


also. 




This trio 


"Hectic" 


certainly 




appears 


"Friends" 


capable. 






"Strange" 


Orientati 


"Nervous" 


on can 




be dis- 
orient- 


"Stressed Out" 


ing too. 
D e i d r e 


"Good-byes" 


Roebuck 
sleeps 


"Fantastic" 


sitting 
straight 


"Rushed" 


up in the 
lounge 


1! "Whew!" 


at East 




Park. 





ats and is warm- 



Orientation 7 



Fun in tne Sun ~ 
Beach. Trip ^96 




Someone must have said smile. Left to right are 
Cameron Morrison, Anna Broughton, Julie Mann, 
Molly Hassinger, Ashley "Pucker-Up" Knoops and 
Catherine Cvetko. 





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Ooh la la! Check out the bathing beauties who are 
Amanda McLaurin, Ashley Knoop, Chrissy 
Fiorelli, Caroline Davis, Ana Marsala, Sarah 
Yarbourough, Hollis Woodard. Molly Hassinger and 
Ellie Childs. 




Sarah Yarborough knows she's These girls have got boogie fever. 
cool. Chrissy wishes she was. 
Meredith and Heather watch. 



Ms. Hill is stylin'! 



8 Beach Trip 





handra and LaQuoia have had enough history for one day. They are ready to get on with the program. Margaret, 
owever, here on the right, takes a while to figure out what the program is in the mornings. Actually, mornings are 
'OT Margaret's best times. 




he foot is Ashley Knoop's. The pensive pose beside it belongs to Sarah Rose Nordgren. 



Beach Trip 9 




Hurricane. Jusi the word is frightening in 
itself, but add seventy mile an hour 
winds and a couple of feet of ram. and 
it's pure terror! 

Most of the students of Saint Mary's left and went 
home as Fran approached Raleigh, but a few brave 
souls weathered it out. The girls of Smedes had to 
leave their rooms at one o'clock in the morning and 
gather in the TV lounge. That was when the power 
went out. Things didn't improve. By dawn, the cam- 
pus of Saint Mary's was a mess. Dean Jones finally 
sent all the girls home and closed school for a week 
when the lack of power meant there was no way to 
cook food. Trees were thrown everywhere, including 
onto the buildings, and people had to watch where 
they stepped because there were power lines strewn 
all over back campus. The city of Raleigh didn't look 
much belter. Debris was still sighted on curbs as late 
as December. However terrible the storm was. Saint 
Mary's survived. 



Blowin' in the Wind 




io Hurricane Fran 





Hurricane Fran Strikes 





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, he first year as head soccer coach was challenging, yet very rewarding. Although the ladies went 
wmless. they did mark a statistical improvement from last year in that they tied a game. When 
attempting to build a program, one's victories range from a great training session to a well played 



match: one sees the accomplishments day 
and day out. The improvement from the 
beginning of the season to the end. game 
game, was outstanding! 

Every single one of the players made a s 
nificant contribution to the team. Co-Cap 

Sophomore Sheldon Elliot and Freshmai 
Kathenne Wrenn were definite leaders be 
on and off the field. They made 1st Tear 
Region. 

I am not sure I could have stayed sane 
each and every day without my Assistant 
Coach. Eddie Sotomayor. 

I will always remember my first collegf 
team. These ladies worked hard for me 
nficed a lot for me and displayed characi 
and a whole lot of heart! Jenny Men 



Just Kickin' It! 





El Boykin shows off her fancy footwork 
while the Meredith team watches in awe. 



12 College Soccer 



F .mail goalkeeper Laura McLeod makes a diving save. 




College Soccer % 96 




College Soccer 13 




14 Cold Cms 




old Cuts 1996-1997 





Cold Cuts 1 S 



Christ School 

Weekend 




These girls have mixed expressions of excitement and terror. 
From front to back are Cameron Morrison, Ashlin Hube, 
Elizabeth Frost, and Michaela Idhammar, Do not dare ask 
Mollie Dixon if she enjoyed her role as guide and chaperone. 





Meredith Arnold, Chrissy Fiorelli, with Lesley Guilmart and April Obviously, guys have secrets too. Sarah Rose Nor| 
Brown from behind, really know how to party. appears to be in the know. What are they whisr. 

about? 



16 Christ School Weekend 




Spirit 

Week 



" jCotnina areai was 
ever acni'eueo wi'/nouf 
entnusiasm. " 
iRalpn wJaloo tjmerson 






Spirit Week 1/ 



Summer Van Wagnen 

enjoys her ice cream, 
while she is in her 
Octoberfest garb. 




The ghost of Ale 




"Bob" is 
content to 
sit on the 
steps, and 
watch the 
Octoberfe 
st activi- 
ties. 





Mae Bl 

Deather 
gets int. 
spirit of 
Octobei 
with he; 
fabu 
face pai 



18 Octoberfest 




Nothing ventured, nothing gained." Bailey Munford and Julie Harmon are definitely making 
tuh, Ashley Lawrentz? a fashion statement. 

rt Smedes lives'? 




"J A/tve bursts, tfi 

friin<£ <t LtlAy, but It 
Aoe-Sn't tust ton<£." 



0rtoberfesti9 



Teach Your 
Parents Well... 



Parents were introduced to the world of Saint 
Mary's High School and College on November i, 
1996. The day's events included a talent show 
and a sundown social featuring the Cold Cuts. 
Parents came from as near as Raleigh and as 
far away as Georgia and Thailand. Parents were 
able to tour the campus, join in on classroom 
discussions, enjoy lunch with their daughters, 
and meet the faculty. It was an interesting day 
as moms and dads took a peek into a Saint 
Mary's girl's life! 



Courtney and her father make a classy pair. 



Parents sit in on 
classes and learn 
what their 
daughter's do 
every day. 




This room has never looked this 
clean!!!! 




20 Parent's Da) 1 




Laura-Burke inherited 
her good looks from 
her dad. 



Parent's Day 1 996 




"tyou one t&e 
&ow4 friom wAicA 

ewe a& Uvitty 



Callie Burt's dad hams it 
up for the camera. 



Parent's Day 2 1 




Katfterine Granger Boisky 



Hoffv SaiuCttn Bowen 



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Catherine Etaine Braiy 



Dare Davenport Branch 



Efceia Tate Branch 






Christiana Tfti Brewer 



E&zabeth Ann Burgess 



Taylor Jean Cathcart 






KrUten LeeAnn Clayton 



Tamara Leigh Cochran 



~M.eghan Marie Costetto 



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Cathryne Lester Czubek 



Amy Lynn DeCori 



Lauren Kenaaff Elmore 






Lara Asfiiey EzzeiC 



Robin Knoff Freeman 



Euzabeth Hunt Gaither 






Marguerite Erin Grant 



Car (a Berniceh Hales 



Lucy Landts Hancock 



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Anna Coffin Haniey 



June Elizabeth Harmon 



Louise Josey Harris 






Rowena Elizabeth Reeves 
Harwood 



Peyton Elizabeth Hiff 



Forrest Ho66s Hodand 






v Amber Lucy HoHbweff 



Kathleen Campbeii Hope 



Alexandra Reed Hopkins 



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Margret E&zabeth Hopkins 




Liihan Marsfi Howard 




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Katherine Tanner Hudson 




Elizabeth Louise Jenkins 



Dina Sabih Jirjis 



Deborah Wray Joify 




Jeanne La Roane Joffy 





Meredith Annjoyner 



Margret E&zabeth Ktopp 



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Katherine E&zabeth Krouse Meagan Suzanne Lanbert Madefyn Elizabeth Lanibi 





Pamela Steadman Lamm 



Meredith Ashiey Lassiter 



Kristin Olivia Lindsay 







, Aace Edwards Manning 



Annie Devereux Mason 



LtewetCyn Lathan Mitter 



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Jessica Horsey Nance 



HoCus Marie Niwm 



Laura Etten O'Tuef 




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Aftwon Tyfer Pant 



Francis Erin Parker 



Katnerine Claire Perkins 





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Tfteresa Cnritine Pcrreca 



Jamie Hinton Pftiflips 



E&zabeth Claire Pooie 



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Kimberly Christine Povdand Courtney Leigh Prescott 



Emi£y Booker Rawfeigh 







Amanda Tcrese Ruetter 



Charlotte Ashley Roberts 



Eva Toba Roberts 




Kelly Miehele Ross 



Elizabeth Alexandra Rtutner 



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Yuki Sasatani 





Jennifer Leigh Secaur 





Jufic Anne Strope 



Mary Elizabeth Stubbs 



Jennifer Hope Sugg 






Euzabeth Anne Tippett 



Donned Linda Turner 



Summer Rose Van Wagnen , 



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Meredith Leigh Wiggs 



Sfuuma Mtujuerite Wilkinson 



Laura Evins Wiliard 




Marion Sibley Yates 






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Martha Wffttfcy Adfdns 



Ashiey Hryan Barber 



Adria Beth Barshay 



Lisa Joy Bauer 




Ashiey Eidora B(ay(ock 



Misty Mior Boyd 



Christine Amanda Brackett 




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Mchnda Kristin Brown 



Mary Chcuufter Byrd~ 



Frances Baker Carstarphen 

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Anne Gibson Conneff 



Kcri Efise Creech 




Mary Washington Blount 
Deatfteraae 






Ryan Ross Detner 



Erin Ncff Donohue 



A&ce Faye Eggfeston 



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Shetdon Irene Etfrot 



Rutfr Anne. Hammock 



Jessica Erin Hayes 



Worttey Lawrence Forbes 





Jennifer Lynn Hardtson 




Hotly Barrett Hendricks 



Eva Beate Tre6o Frovia 



Emily Rinn Harer 



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Keffy Carroff Heretic^ 



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Marfene Rutfi Heymcr 



Jeannie Ruth Hoflbman 



Katherine Buie Holt 




Laura Katherine Howe 



Lai E6erhardt Jofinson 



Berry E&zabeth Howeff 




Jennifer Lee Kesley 



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Elizabeth Simmons Joftnson 






Melissa Leiafi Lfoyd rf ] 



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Jennifer Sarah Locke 



Jeneane Marie Moreflb 



Amy Patricia Morrisey 





Mariama B. Njte 



Nancy Louise Nortficutt 



Bennie Carol Philfips 






t, Jettic Caroline Port wood" 



Lynn Leddire Pritcftett 



Hannah Rc6ecca Purvis 




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Erin Me&ssa Snipes 



LesGe Denise Wade 



Kathieen Starting Watftins 



M'Lce Mccftefe Weicfi 



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Helen Bateman Wintermeyer 



Sumer Joy Woodiz 



Kristin Mercer Woods 




Carolyn Moir^Stettinius 



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Life As A Saint 1998 Stagecoach 



33 



Lives O 



In the past year there have been more changes on campus than there have be 
in the one hundred and fifty six years of the school's existence. From the clos 
of the college in the spring, to the opening of East Park (the ninth grade loui 
was moved to 2nd Holt after Fall Break) as an exclusively academic buildi 
things have been reshaping and growing in new directions. The yellow wo 
frame building on back campus and the parking lot in front of it are go 
replaced by a vast expanse of green. High School students no longer thun< 
through the halls of upper Smedes. They are housed in Cruickshank Dormito 
New faces and personalities have infused a high level of energy into b 
academics and activities. 

Saint Mary's has always been a center of faith, learning, and sisterhood. Th< 
traditions are still alive and thriving 






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rhe Saints 





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Dedications 



If any one person alone could represent 
the prestige, honor and high standards 
of Saint Mary's, Dean Mary Lou Jones 
would without a doubt be that person. 
Her genuine smile brightens any room, 
even' if you find yourself in her office 
for a lecture. She touches those whom 
she meets in a way which is unforgetta- 
ble. Her high standards inspire girls to 
push themselves beyond their limits. 
Whether on the tennis court, in her 
office, or socializing with students, De- 
an Jones is supportive, encouraging and 
a true friend to all. 

The students who attended Saint Ma- 
ry's in 1998 are not the first group to 
feel this admiration for Dean Jones. We 
quote from the 1973 yearbook. 

"As we watched her through many long 
hours of drudgery and relaxation, she 
has kept her cool and continued to ad- 
minister to almost every girl at Saint 
Mary's her talents and advice. To eve- 
ryone who has known her, she has been 
a true light in the way of darkness, and 
everyone who has not come to know her 
has been deprived of a teacher-student 
relationship that throughout any stu- 
dent educational career would be long 
remembered and cherished as a well 
spent fraction of a lifetime." 

It is with the utmost admiration and 
respect of a remarkable woman, leader, 
friend and role model that we dedicate 
the 1998 Stagecoach to Dean Mary Lou 
Jones. 





Dean Jones and Daisy spent time 

together before Maizy and Lily 

came to live at Saint Mary's. 




Mary Lou Jones early on in 
1973. 



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One of the brightest new additions to Saint 
Mary's. 



Although St. Mary's is rarely hailed as a haven of 
change, there exists little fear in the face of some- 
thing new. Among all the adjustments that have 
come with transforming the school into a prep 
school this year, people have been some of the most 
crucial additions. One has had remarkable success 
in becoming a well-loved member of the St. Mary's 
community in a short amount of time — not only 
because of her charming personality, but also be- 
cause of the numerous trips and adventures she has 
engineered. Wihtout her efforts (and the efforts of 
her alter-ego Muffy), a lot of St. Mary's most talked- 
about events would never have gotten off the 
ground — leaving the students with nothing to 
comment on but southwestern night and wreath- 
making parties. St. Mary's off-campus activities 
would be a far cry from what they have been with- 
out Bridget Collins leading the way. Ask any ninth 
grader about their orientation retreat and you will 
be bombarded with enthusiasm regarding Bridget's 
getting-to- know-you exercises. Ask anyone if the 
boys at Episcopal are some fine-looking specimens 
of manhood, and you will be met with some very 
positive responses (even Liz the senior may verify 
that). It is with much love and affection that the 
Stagecoach staff dedicates the yearbook to a woman 
smart enough, strong enough, and fun enough for 
the job: Bridget Collins. 




How do you make this thing stop?!?! 




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Saints At Work 





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English 




Dr. Margaret Grissom, Co-Chair of the English Depart- 
ment, above. Vickie Posey, Co-Chair of the English 
Department, below. 





Rebekah Gunn, Associate Professor of Englisl 
above. 




Betsy Hill, Instuctor of English, above. 



40 




Special Thanks to our Creative 
Writing teachers, Hillary Hebert 
and Richard Krawiec. 



istructor of English, Liz 
aughan. 




Uways studing for an English In the midst of an English discus- 
est! sion. 



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Humanities and 
Social Sciences 




Christina Barnes, Instructor of History, above left. Dr. Jack 
C. Hume, Jr., Associate Head of School, Dean of the 
Faculty, above. Ms. Julie Ellis, Instructor of Social Sci- 
ences, left. 



Ms. Katy McCartney, Field Hockey Coach, Residence 
Life/Activities Staff, Instructor of SAT Prepartion, below 
right. Ms. Hannah Hall, Instuctor of Humanities/Social 
Sciences, Associate Director of Student Activites/Resident 
Life, below left. 







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»r. Steve Esthimer, Chair and Instructor of Humanities and Social Sciences, 
o the right, John Ham, Instructor of Social Sciencs. 





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Mr. Randall Lathan, Registrar, 
above left. Dr. Joeseph W. Caddell, 
Associate Professor of History, 
above right. Mrs. Kimberley Pion- 
tek. Instructor of Social Sciences, 
Asst. Director of Student Activites, 
Swim Coach, left. 



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Foreign Languages 





Nicole Hagan, Chair of Di\ 
sion of Languages and I 
structor. Maggie Babbitt, I 
structor of Spanish. Kennel 
Guilmart, Instructor of Latil 
Thomas Huffstetler, Instrul 
tor of Spanish. Laura Stai# 
Instructor of French. 



Mathmatics 





Kevin Northrup, Chair of Mathmatics and Instructor. Ellen Birch, In- 
structor of Mathmatics. 




issa Edwards, Michael Edwards, and Maria Viego Instructors of Mathmatics. 



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Fine Arts, Music And Dane 





Cathy Bason, Chair and Instructor of Fine Arts, above left. Li< 
Yount, Instructor of Dance, above right. 




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Ms. Terry ElizabethThompson, Applied Music Coordinator, above 
left. Mr. Dan Mason, Fine Arts Faculty, above right. 



46 





Ms. Maggie Bennet, Fine Arts Instruc- 
tor, left. The Saint Mary's Chorale per- 
forms above. 





Frist Semester Dance Ensemble, above. Ms. 
Susan Jorenby, Fine Arts Faculty, Chorale 
Director, left. 



47 



Library 




Jenifer McClean, Director above. 
Louise Bolash, Kay Durden, Glo- 
ria Graham, Diane Jenson, and 
Bill Partin not pictured. 





48 




Sciences 




Jennifer Blue, above, Instructor 
cience. 




rs. Kimberley Benjamin, above, In- 
actor of Science. 



; 







Mr. Thomas Mueller, above, 
Chair, Science Department. 




Ms. Katherine Floyd, above, As- 
sistant Professor of Biology. 



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Sweatin' Saints 






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Stuart Small is ready for any- 
thing. 




Don't trip over the laces! 



52 Field Hockey 




We put it all on the line. 



Players and 
Quotes 



"The field hockey team was 
great this year. We accom- 
plished so much. I think we 
rock!!" 

-Junior Em Bishop 



"Field hockey this year was 
great! We have an awesome 
team. We improved a lot 
and alos had fun." 

-Freshman Kelly Stocks 



"Field hockey gave me a 
chance to meet new people. 
It was great fun starting a 
new sport." 

— Freshman Taylor Lyon 



The girls take a much needed break 
after a long first half. 



Field Hockey 53 



Cross Country 





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P^4. 




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Tennis 



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Volleyball 





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Basketball 




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Swimming 



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Softball 



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Soccer 






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Prayin' Saints 







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Chapel 




Margaret Overcash, Ragan Carpenter, 
and Hope Valentine talk about the SGA 
announcement they have to make. 



Chapel provides a time ever 
day(except Fridays) for the who 
high school to come together 
worship and catch up on curre 
events. Chaplain Ellington alwa; 
performs an inspiring service. Bri 
get Collins has a smile on her fa 
while tellin the school what is ha 
pening this week. Sometimes the 
are even visits from Muffy and B 
fy to pump up everyone for u 
coming trips. 




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^ot only does Chaplain Meta Ellington 
ilways have a smile on her face, she is also 
ihere for any students that need her. 





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Lighting of the Grove 
Circle/Beacon Christmas 

Party 






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Parents' Day 






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Saints Go Marching 





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9th&10th Grade 
Orientation Trip 









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81 



White Water 
Rafting 




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Episcopal Trip 






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Baltimore 






84 



State Fair 






85 



Pizza and 
Karyoke Night 





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Bonfire Night 





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Mother/Daughter Weekend 




The rains came and stayed, but did nothing 
to dampen the spirits of the mothers who 
came to spend quality time with their 
daughters on February 7, 1998. They regis- 
tered in Smedes Parlor, then moved to the 
dining hall for brunch at eleven o'clock. 
The Granddaughter's Club sponsored 
"Saint Mary's Through the Years," a spec- 
tacle which showcased contemporary fash- 
ion from area stores. Interspersed among 
the formals and ski wear were the inimita- 
ble Buffy and Muffy, modeling clothes 
which reflected fashion trends from the 
1 800's to the present. After an afternoon of 
shopping and dinner at local restaurants, 
Moms and their daughters gathered in the 
transformed dining room for a night of 
gambling fun. Casino Night filled the room 
with squeals of delight and moans of de- 
spair as women played blackjack, roulette, 
chuk-a-luk and cashed in their chips. The 
night's big winner was Lizzie Davis and 
mother. Coco, who took away the grand 
prize of $500 toward 1998-1999 tuition. 



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And Casino Night 







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Special People 




Dr. Clauston Jenkins, President 




Dr. John C. Hume, Head of the School 







Mary Lou Jones, Dean of Students 



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We Love 





Mary Ethel McCorkle, Director of Business S , ue i Fox helps Mary Ethel McCorkle run 



and Finance 



the business office. 





Hilda Bates, Administrative Assistant to the 
president. 



Sarah Clark, Associate Administrative 
Assistant. 



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More Special 
People 




Hope Tyndall, Director of Admissions. 





Ibby Connell, Receptionist/ Admissions Assistant. 



Gretchen Smith, Associate Director of 
Admissions, and Weldon Jackson, Di- 
rector of Financial Aid. 



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We Love 





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Sue Danielson, Computer Support, Admis- 
sions. 



Blanche Hancock, Director of College 
Counseling. 




Rebecca Stallings, Counselor. 



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And More People 




Heidi Nelson, Phone Service Administrator, and Mike Edwards, Faculty Support for 
Campus Technology. 





Nurse Jane Walker. 



Terry instructs would be drivers on the 
fine points of road etiquette. 



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We Love 



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Tracey Jones, Assistant to the Dean of 
Students. 




The unthanked help at Saint Ma- 
ry's. 




Junior Faculty age quickly at Saint Mary's. 



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.•.And Even More 
People We Love 




Things get a little rough for Hannah on 2nd Holt! 









A picture is indeed worth a thousand 
words! 



Please take note of Ms. Hill's halo! 



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Missy seems to be having a bad day too! 



We are not ninth graders any 
more! 




Dallas Coggins-Tuttle is loved by someone? 



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Saints Being 
Saints 






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S.H.A.R.E. 



S.H.A.R.E. is one of 
the high school social 
clubs on campus. Af- 
ter being started in 
1989, the club is 
known to be the spir- 
it club. The girls 
cheer on the basket- 
ball team at home 
games and support 
the other clubs dur- 
ing the walks. The 
club, advised by Ms. 
Hannah Ellis, plays 
an important role in 
school spirit. 





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Undatettes 



Strut On! 




The Undatettes are a 
high school social club 
founded in the 1970s. 
This social club is 
known as the sweet- 
heart club on campus. 
Community service 
with a local nursing 
home proves these 
girls have a good 
heart. Any Saint Ma- 
ry's student can trust 
that they will receive a 
warm smile from all 
the Undatettes. 




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Spiders 




Spiders is a high school social club. The club, advised by Dr. Joe 
Caddell, is known as the individuals' club on campus. These girls 
stand out with their black attire and grim expressions. After a 
rough start this year, the Spiders are back as one of the main 
social clubs on campus. 




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Beacon 




Beacon is one of the 
high school honor 
clubs. This club, which 
is advised by Chaplain 
Meta Ellington, con- 
sists of the high stand- 
ing academic seniors 
at Saint Mary's. With 
community service 
and a memorable 
Chapel service at the 
end of the year, these 
girls make their mark 
on Saint Mary's life. 




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Granddaughters' Club 




Katherine Cvetko was the Granddaughter 
in charge of the Fashion Show. Doesn't she 
look pretty!! 



The Granddaughters'Club is one 
of the oldest clubs on campus. 
The members consists of girls' 
whose mothers, grandmothers,! 
and/or great grandmothers came 
to Saint Mary's. The club, ad-i 
vised by Sally Wooten, donates! 
bags of candy to every student at 
Halloween, sets up the luminar- 
ies for Lighting of the Grove, and) 
holds a fashion show during 
Mother-Daughter Weekend. 




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Cold Cuts 




Ms. Mary Virginia Swain, 
below, is the advisor to 
the club. 




Cold Cuts is a college 
performing group. Be- 
sides being the oldest 
club on campus, Cold 
Cuts is one of the best 
known and favorites 
of all the students. 
With their bright, col- 
orful outfits and beat 
to the well known 
songs, these girls are 
going to be remem- 
bered long after this 
year, which happens 
to be their last. 




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Beta Club 




Mission Statement: "The purpose of the National Beta Club shall 
be to promore the ideals of character, service and leadership 
among elementary and secondary school students, to reward 
meritorious achievemant and to encourage and assist students in 
continuing their education after high school." 
The National Beta Club was founded in 1934 by a group of 
educators who wanted to recognize and promote academic 
achievement, leadership and character development, and com- 
munity service among high school students. The National Beta 
Club is now serving hundreds of thousands of students in grades 
five through twelve. Headquatered in Spartanburg, South Car- 
olina, the National Beta Club continues to recognize outstanding 
students and reward their merits through a variety of programs 
and mediums. Advisors: Mr. Randall Lathan and Ms. Kim 
Benjamin. 



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Fine Arts Club 




Advisor, Terry Thompson, above. 



The Fine Arts Club at Saint 
Mary's gives students a 
chance to experience many 
different kinds of arts. The 
girls go see plays and operas 
which most girls have never 
done before. The club also 
holds events on campus to 
allow students to see films 
relating to the arts. With 
memorable announcements 
in chapel, the club became 
well know on campus. 




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Enviromental Club 




The Environmental Club provides an op- 
portunity for students interested in the 
protection of the environment to discuss 
issues and participate in environmental 
projects. 

Activities of the 1997-1998 Environmen- 
tal Club included helping to design a cam- 
pus- wide recycling program, planting 
trees, recycling telephone books, and in- 
creasing awareness of Earth Day. 



Co- Chairs — Nancy Di Maio and Katherine Stephenson 

Co- Secretaries — Anna Mack Hardison and Catherine 

Kelly 

Treasurers — Em Bishop and Faten Shaikh 

Advisor — Katie Floyd 



"We travel together, pas- 
sengers on a fragile 
space ship, dependent on 
its vulnerable reserve of 
air and soil; all commit- 
ted for our safety to its 
security and peace; per- 
servedfrom annihilation 
only by the care, the 
work, and the love we 
give our fragile 
craft. "Adlai Stevenson 



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S.A.D.D. 




S.A.D.D. (Students Against Drunk Driving) is a club on cam- 
pus to promote awareness of drunk driving. The club spon- 
sored Mock Tales day in which they served virgin cocktail 
drinks and offered the results of a schoolwide survey on 
drunk driving. The club also tied red ribbons on every car on 
campus before fall formal to remind students not to drive or 
ride with anyone who had been drinking. The club has 
become more active this year has definitely made a point with 
their efforts. 



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Literary Club 



Throughout the year the Literary 
Club has been very active, organ- 
izing fund raisers, and the literary 
magazine. Since the club was new 
this year, they had to raise money 
to support themselves. They had a 
couple of successful bagel sales, 
which proved that they wanted to 
establish the club permantely in 
order to have a better start for 
next school year. The Lit club's 
main goal this year was the pro- 
duction of the Literary magazine, 
The Muse . The magazine came 
out in April and the students en- 
joyed it very much. 





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F.C.A. 




F.C.A. (Fellowship of 
Christian Atheletes) is a 
new group at Saint Mary's. 
The club allows students to 
get together and discuss 
God in their lives and how 
they want their lives to 
change. The club plays fun 
games and sings Christains 
songs as part of the fellow- 
ship. 




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Scoop 



Scoop is one of the last social 
clubs on campus whose mem- 
bers consist of high school and 
college students. The club will 
be passed on to high school 
members after this year. 




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The Belles 




The Belles is Saint 
Mary's newspaper. 
The paper enables the 
students to read about 
what's going on at 
their school. The pa- 
per tells about many 
people at school and 
about many things 
happening around the 
school. 




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Close-Up 




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Close-Up is a second year program at Saint Mary's. The 
program allows Saint Mary's students to travel to Washington 
D.C. for one school week. Once there, they attend seminars, 
meet politicians, and even enjoy the town. Close-Up enables 
students to learn about their government and even take part in 
it. 



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Admisses 




The admisses on campus show prospective students 
around on campus. The girls lead tours to these students 
and their parents. The border admisses allow prospective 
students to spend the night in their dorm rooms. These 
girls play a big role in attracting students to Saint Mary's. 



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Presidental 
Scholars 






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Rachael Blemker, 10th grader, practi- 
ces her hair styling on Allison Rohde, 
10th grader. 



Hannah Bason(r) and Ellie Childs(m) 
square off with Sloane McClure, juniors 
above. Halloween provided some unusu- 
al entertainment, below. 





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Who are the boys Kempton Dunn 
and Anna Christopher, juniors, 
are waiting for? 





Ashely Knoop, 10th grader above, enjoys the 
Big Sis/ Lil' Sis ice cream party. Lauren Puente, 
Jennifer Kerr, Liz Weaver, and Julia Kerr, 9th 
graders, have sweet treats among friends below. 




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and Seniors 
can't wait to 
graduate and 
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College 



Hey, Good 01' SMC girls, we went out with a 
bang! We'll never be forgotten 'cause we're one 
heck of a gang. We've taught each other laughter, 
we've learned each other's tears, And when, 
we're old and gray, we'll still remember these 
years. We had ourselves some Cold Cuts, the 
best oV washtub band. Not to mention clubs and 
teams that we journeyed with hand in hand.: 
That great and strong SGA helped us through 
and through. So many memories we made, so fan 
from one or two! We'll never forget our faculty] 
who turned us into who we are; if it weren't for 
their personal guideance, we wouldn't have got 
ten too far. The thought of every friendship we'll 
always hold so dear, how SMC brought us to\ 
gether, and ended in our final year, Saint Mary'k 
is not just school or dorms and mixers and boyk 
but a place so indescribable that holds our hearP 
aches and joys... So no matter where we are or 
what our lives will be, You know we'll never 
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Zinnia Hamm 



Manjari Joshi 






Elizabeth Knox 



Laura Knox 



Ashley Stevenson 



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Mariama Njie 



Tonako Nishimori 



Irina Tsoy 



140 College Sophomores 





Mat Yoshiteawa 



Emi Yoshizaka 



NOT PICTURED 

Leslie AJlred 
Jennifer Barnes 

Holly Bowen 

Eleanor Boykin 

Amanda Bryan 

Laura Burke Davis 

Jennifer Davis 

Sarah Dayvault 

Margaret DeLoache 

Arozo Ehsan 

Eunice Goodson 

Rebekah Gunn 

, Kairene Holgate 

Blair Key 

Stacie Kurtz 

Caroline Mitchell. 

Julie Neal 

Lisa Peroz 

Anne Scholtz 

Mativa Taylor 

Bridgette Bullard 

Misty Dorsey 

Laura Howe 

Dina Jirjis 

Carol Lindenmuth 




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Sarah Becker 




Megan Carpenter 




Kerri Benedetto 




Ragan Carpenter 





Maya Burlingame 




Alison Cary 



Courtney Crowder 



Kristen Davis 



144 High School Seniors 




Pamela Dempaire 




Elizabeth Ji vans 





Nancy Dimaio 




Molly Edwards 




Leann Earp 




Serena Gangwal 




Elizabeth Garcia 



Andrea Gay 



Betsy Gentry 



High School Seniors 145 




Devin Gregory 




Sarah Harris 




Mayr Grooms 




Anna Harriss 




Rella Haire 




Michelle Hilgers 



Anna Honeycutt 



Shomaila Jafri 



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Kimberly Jenkins 




Marlie tones 




Carson Lawrence 




Katherine Jennette 




Manjari Joshi 




Ashley Lawrentz 



Jennifer Joyner 




Elizabeth Koyiades 




Chrissy Leung 



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Erica Lind 




Melissa Mathews 




Nicole Molesti 



Missy Lund 




Emily Miller 




Kim Moore 




Deas Markley 




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Farah Nawaz 



148 High School Seniors 




Stephanie Neeb 



Lauren Nowell 





Sara Beth Paul 



Margret Overcash 



Cameron Palmes 




Catherine Pahl 




Suzanne Parker 



Emily Porterfield 



Lee Posey 



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Faten Shaikh 













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Lisa Wagoner 



Megan Warren 



Crystal Whitley 








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Maggie Akers 

Liz Alderson 

Debi Amerson 

Katie Baer 

Hannah Bason 

Emily Birkemeier 

Emily Bishop 

Rachel Blemker 

Georgia Boklage 

Kelli Brooks 

Apr.il Brown 

Chandra Caldwell 

Heather 

Cameron-Turner 

Caroline Chester 

Ellie Childs 

Laura Chilton 

Anna Christopher 

Heather Clark 



Juniors 

always 

study 

hard! 



Caroline Creech 

Cristhiane De Silva 

Caroline Davis 

Lora Davis 
Kempton Dunn 
Hannah English 

Chrissy Fiorilli 

Sarah 
Gaither Fleming 

Jane Fleury 

Shannon Fowler 

Poem Gardiner 

Cameron Glasgow 




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Katie Glenn 

Spruill Green 

Lesley Guilmart 

Molly Hassinger 

Joanna Hill 
Marielte Huntley 




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Juniors also find time to 
play! 




Nicole Sink 

Stuart Small 

Alex Stallworth 

Liz Thompson 

Taylor Underwood 

Ann Urquhart 

Jessie Van Der Puy 

Morgan Whitlock 

Laura Wilson 

Miehal Witt 

Ridgely Worden 

Sarah Yarborough 



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Wendy Aves 
Rachel Blemker 
Ciara Carl 
Megan Cox 
Patricia Crowder 
Katherine Cvetko 



Anna Dale 
Elizabeth Frost 
Hannah Godwin 
Kate Haigh 
Anna Hardison 
Olivia Hock 

Brendal Howard 
Ashlin Hube 
Micheala 
Idhammer 
Anna Jenkins 
Lauren Johnson 
Katherine Kemp 

Michelle Malecha 
Katie Mangum 
Brea McClain 
Ashley McGraw 
Meredith 
McLelland 
Campbell McMillan 
Nina Montanari 
Kim Moore 
Cameron Morrison 
Nina Nichols 
Sarah Rose 
Nordgren 
Sarah Noulez- 
Tounsi 

Meredith Oakes 
Kate Portz 
Allison Rohde 
Mary Rudkin 
Vanessa Thompson 
Nataile Varner 



Katherine Vess 
Emily Wiegand 
Lucy Wilkins 
Anne Wilson 
Caroline Wood 




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Sequenta Blackman 
Dolly Brantly 
Lindsay Bryant 
Torrie Burroughs 
Rachelle Cabeceiras 



Carolyn Collins 
Lizzie Davis 
Kate Doolan 
Chesney Fowler 
Tiffany Frank 
>Abra Greenspon 



iMary Elizabeth 
Hadley 

Courtney Haughey 
Juliana Hoyle 
Elizabeth Jernigan 
Julia Kerr 
Jennifer Kerr 



Kimberly Kresica 
Alexandra Leland 
Taylor Lyon 
Travis Manning 
Jennifer Maupin 
Morgan McDonald 



Anjail Muhammad 
Austin Nash 
Molly Norton 
Lauren Puente 
Chanette 
Purser-Smith 
I Anne Rand 



( Callie Safley 
I Miranda Satterwhite 
! Scarlett Slaughter 
I Emily Smith 
I Karen Smith 
Claire Spruill 



Kelly Stocks 
' Meghan Sturgis 
I Leigh Tucker 

Sara Upchurch 

Liz Weaver 

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Leslie, Beauty and Brains 

Congratulations my sweet girl! I am so very High Maintenance - but with you, all our prayers came 

proud of you and all you have accomplished. 1 guess true. 

your two piano lessons paid off after all! 
Love you, 

Mother 



As always - summertime is calling El - 

We are so proud of you, Pee • Stay as dear as you are 

We love you - 

Your Family 



An illusion from the Mountains 

From Hooterville and back, 

We feel your warm smile calling, 

And keeping us on track! 

Best Wishes, Love, Mom, Dad, & Eric 



Ragan Carpenter 



Hannah Carson 




Congratulations 
We are proud of you and all your 

accomplishments. 
Love Mom, Dad and Mary Randolph 



Hannah - ever inquisitive - her first phrase - 
wassat? 



Laura Burke Davis 



Nancy Di Maio 



Clair Earp 




We're proud of our four-year Saint Mary's girl and all 

your accomplishments. You are the last of a wonderful 

tradition. 



To Our Baby, Congratulations on your graduation, with 
all our love and pride. You have brought joy and happi- 
ness to our lives. You are everything to us. We wish you 
a safe, healthy, happy, and prosperous future. 
With Our Love, Mommy, Daddy. Dina, & Dandy 



We are proud of you, Honey! 
Love Mom and Dad 



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LeAnn Earp 



Alias - Super Annie 

Fly High • Darling 

and land softly 

and may God bless you always- 

Love Mom and Dad 



Devin Gregory 



Always follow your dreams and believe in 

yourself We all love you and are so very proud of your 

accomplishments 



Rebekah Gray Gunn 




Everyday we grow prouder as you blossom 

into a splendid young woman 

We are blessed to be the parents of such 

a wonderful daughter 

who lights tomorrow with today 



Mary Catherine Grooms 



Sarah Hampton Harris 




The Princess of Quite a Lot. We love you ■ 
Mom and Dad 



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You're such a precious person; so believe in yourself 

and don't ever quit because you're a winner. This world 

is certainly lucky to have you as part of it!! 

We love you!! 

Mom and Tyler 



Ann Harriss 



We love you because of who you are and what you 

have done from your first day of school untill your 

Graduation, 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Samantha 



Kimberly Jenkins 



"May the road rise to meet you 

May the wind always be at your back 

May the sun shine warm upon your face 

May the rains fall soft upon your fields 

And until we meet again 

May God hold you in the palm of his hand" 



Elizabeth Logan Evans 




Shoot for the moon, Even if you miss it you will land 

among the stars. We are proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Melissa 



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Laura Kathryn Howe 



Stacie Kurtz 



Mary Shannon Leath 






Congratulations Laura. We are proud of you. Keep that 

wonderful smile. 

Love you, 

Mom and Dad 



Erica Lind 



Missy Lund 





Congradulations 

We are proud of you 

The best is yet to come 

Love, Dad, Mom, Adam, Casey, Boo, Man, Da 

You've come a long way baby 



Caroline Mitchell 




With God as your guide, your success will soar high! 

We love you and are extremely proud of you! 

Mom and Dad 



Katherine Mitchell 



With living thoughts and gratitude for the many quali- 
ties that make you such a wonderful daughter; for your 
gift of adding your own special sunshine to everythin. 
We cherish you with out hearts and thank you for the 
endless joy you give us. Mom and Dad 



Farah Nawaz 



Caroline (Our precious Rosebud) 

We aie so proud of your many successes here at St. 

Mary's. Such joy you bring to your family and friends 

God bless you as you embark upon another chapter in 

life. 

All our love, Mom, Dad, Worth, and "Charlie" 

Julie Neal 




"Our Sunshine Baby" 
You have brought such happiness to our lives with the 
brilliance of your smile, your mind, and your personal- 
ity. 
Love Mom, Dad, Kelly, & Kristen 



This is what good times are made of! 

Keep up the excellent work! 

We love you, 

Dad, Jean, and Leila 



Congradulations Julie. 

We're so proud of you. 

We Love You! 

Daddy, Mamma, and Christie 



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Stephanie Neeb 




i Cute Utile Girl to a Lovely You..g Woman 
lo.igratulations on you Graduation 
Love, Mom and Dad 



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Sara Beth Pahl 



As you are stepping forward into the future, 

we wish for you the very best. 

You've always made us so proud! 

God Bless. 

We Love You! 

Mom and Dad 




Cammie Palmes 



Congratulations Cammie. 

1 Love You 

Dad 



Caddy Pahl 



Lee Posey 




Our baby is graduating! 

We love you and are very proud of you 

Mom, Dad, Jamie & Susie, Kevin, Chris and Allison 



Congradulations Lee Erin! We're all very proud. 

Mom and Dad, 

John and Sally, Papa and Granny, 

Barbra and Lee, Patsy and Otis, 

Stacey and Julie, Brad and Charlie 



Forbes Thompson 

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Lisa Wagoner 




You've made every dream come true and we are so 

proud of you. May God continue to bless you always 

We love you, Mom and Dad 

1 am proud of you and will miss you. I love you. 
Mark 



Lisa, 

We are all so proud of you! Congratulations 
on a job well done. God bless you and protect you as 
you forge ahead into the future We love you. 

Daddy, Mom, and Lori 



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Hope Valentine 




You were, you are and always will be 

our beautiful Blessing! 

We are so proud of you! 

Bunches of Love 

Mom, Dad and Skip 



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There are many people 
That we meet in our lives 
But only a few make lasting 
Impressions on our hearts & 
Mind. It is these people that 
we will think of often & who 
will always remain 
important to us as true friends. 
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The pain of parting 
with dear friends 
can only compare to 
the joy of seeing 
them again. 




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Congratulations Hope! Love 
Mom, Dad, and Skip. 



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Suzanne Parker 



*How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.* 

Original sin. . .Willie in concert. . .Como za!. . .Go Romeo. . .1.5'!!! Frank & Joy 

Trips to Wilmington without gas. . . .21 & over only. . .meeting a wolf. . . .driving in Austin 




You don't remember the days. You remember the memories. 



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TIME picks Andrew Grove, chairman of Intel 
Corporation, as the magazine's 
Man of the Year. Intel is the world's leading 
producer of microprocessors, the "brains" 
of personal computers. 



On July 1 the people of Hong Kong 

celebrated the end of 156 years of 

British colonial government. 



In an epic journey, 

Pope John Paul II 

meets with 

Cuban leader 

Fidel Castro as 

"a pilgrim of love, 

of truth and 

of hope." 





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El Nino — 
The Little Boy in 
Spanish — is an 
unusually warm body of 
water in the Pacific 
Ocean that has been 
credited with causing 
torrential rains, ice 
storms and other 
weather-related 
disasters across the 
United States. 



News Report '97 



New $50 bill Introduced that Is designed to be 

counterfeit-proof. 

Unmanned cargo ship rams MIR apace station 

In worst space collision ever. 

After 117 years, Woohvorth's closes the last of 

the company's frve-and-dlrne stores. 

USS Constitution, which defended the United 

States during the War of 1812, sets sail on its 

own tor the first time In 116 years. 

British Prime Minister Tony Blair shakes hands 

with Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams In the 

first meeting In 76 years between the leaders 

of Britain and the Irish Republican Army's 

political arm. 

Beth Ann Hogan becomes first coed In the 

1 58-year history of the Virginia Military Institute. 

Scotland creates its own parliament after 

almost three centuries of union with England. 

Hundreds of thousands of women Join in the 

Million Woman March In Philadelphia 

Stock market bounces back with single 

biggest one-day surge and record volume of 

1 £ billion shares traded. 

Bobbl McGaughey gives birth to septuptets, 

only the second set known to be bom alive. 

A 14-year-old boy opens Mrs at a high school In 

West Psducah, Ky., killing three students and 

injuring Ave others. 

Representatives from more than 150 countries 

gather In Kyoto, Japan, at a global wanning 

conference to control greenhouse gases. 

More than 600 Japanese children are 

hospitalized when affected by the flashing 

lights of a popular cartoon show. 

Terry Nichols convicted of conspiracy In 

Oklahoma City bombing. 



British au pair 

Louise Woodward 

was found guilty of 

murder, 

but a judge 

adjusted her 

sentence to time 

already served and 

released her. 






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The world mourned as within a week 
Britain's Princess Diana was killed 
in an auto accident in Paris and 
Mother Teresa died 
at age 87 in 
Calcutta. India. 




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Puff Daddy's 

winning year includes concerts, 

a hit CD, and Artist of the Year 

from Rolling Stone. 



Higher Ground 

Barbara Streisand 

You Light Up My Lift 
Inspirational Song 



Tubthumper 

Chumbawamba 

Spice World 

Spice Girls 

Come on Over 

Shania Twain 

Re-load 

Metallica 

Soundtrack to Titanic 

James Horner 

Butterfly 

Mariah Carey 



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Director James Cameron's "Titanic" is the blockbuster hit of 1998 
with a record-tying 14 Oscar nominations. 



Brad Pitt meets the Dali Lama 
in this sweeping adventure. 



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Old words with new meanings 
on the World Wide Web 



an attempt to bypass a computer's security 

a transaction token sent by a web stte to a 

browser 

a sudden failure of the computer 

an online message Intended to Insult others 

the special computer language developed 

by Sun Microsystems for web browsers 

a program that captures data across a 

network 

flooding a user or site with a huge volume 

of Irrelevant email 

cruising the Internet for cool stuff 

a program that reproduces Itself across a 

network 




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VW Beetle 



The newest 
design from 
Volkswagen 
harks back to 
its oldest 
design - 
the popular 
Beetle of the 
1960s and 
1970s. 





Riven is but one of a 
host of popular interactive 
computer games. 



Fashions 
sport bright 
colors and 
often a 
retro look, 
suggesting 
styles from 
the 1970s. 




DVD is the hot new 
technology that puts 
full-length movies on CD-ROM. 



The burger wars 

heat up again as 

Burger King 

launches Big King 

and a new recipe 

for french fries. 




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People introduces its new teen edition. 

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